|SSL Manager 2.0 from InterNetX|
|Written by InterNetX|
|Thursday, 27 January 2011 16:04|
REGENSBURG – The Internet Service Provider InterNetX has released innovative software for efficient SSL certificate management with their launch of the new SSL Manager 2.0. The SSL management software now enables users to order certificates and renew validity periods directly via the web interface.
SSL Manager 2.0 is designed to simplify handling and ordering processes for SSL certificates. The progressive software includes a broad range of functions, e.g. deletion of incorrectly ordered certificates, as well as the possibility to renew certificates ordered via another provider. Another advantage for InterNetX customers: The web interface of the new SSL Manager 2.0 is based on the user-friendly interface of AutoDNS 3.0, InterNetX’s tried-and-tested domain management software. That means that AutoDNS 3.0 users will feel at home right away – without needing time to adjust.
“We always think of our customer’s needs first and strive to offer them the best possible service. With SSL Manager 2.0, we have placed an SSL management software solution at their disposal that is easy to use and meets all the requirements for professional SSL management. All order processing and certificate management can be carried out online with our new software, and this is offered as a free service by InterNetX,” explains Hakan Ali, Sales and Marketing Director at InterNetX.
InterNetX has SSL certificates from the brand suppliers VeriSign, Thawte and GeoTrust on offer. In just a few easy steps, all products can be ordered online via SSL Manager 2.0 – quickly and without filling out tedious order forms. SSL certificates are based on Secure Sockets Layer Technology and provide a secure way to transfer data online. SSL certificates with Extended Validation deliver even more security, as they verify the authenticity of a homepage, thereby protecting Internet users against criminal phishing sites. In addition, SSL also encrypts data transfer – forming the basis for secure online transactions.
You can find more information about SSL Manager 2.0 and InterNetX on: